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Old 02-27-2012, 02:17 PM   #11
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Wayne from Little Fort British Columbia Canada Forest River Sierra 37 sp toy hauler Ford f- 350 - 7.3 diesel 4x4 First fifth wheel toy hauler for retirement . Cheers
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Old 02-27-2012, 02:28 PM   #12
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This is my little camper , small but still as 3 double beds,I love it .
I note that your "little camper" has a wheel under the tongue jack. My thought would be that, when setting up: if you had say, 2 or 3 light pieces of wood , maybe 4 inches or so wide and 3 - 4 feet long, you could place them sideways under your tongue wheel, and then by alternating the wood slats, manually rotate the trailer 180 degrees so that it sits the correct way around on your campsite. Might be a bit of a hassle but might make your campouts a little more enjoyable and it might be a one-person job.

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Old 02-27-2012, 04:11 PM   #13
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I note that your "little camper" has a wheel under the tongue jack. My thought would be that, when setting up: if you had say, 2 or 3 light pieces of wood , maybe 4 inches or so wide and 3 - 4 feet long, you could place them sideways under your tongue wheel, and then by alternating the wood slats, manually rotate the trailer 180 degrees so that it sits the correct way around on your campsite. Might be a bit of a hassle but might make your campouts a little more enjoyable and it might be a one-person job.

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I can see how that would work. Or, you could use a trailer dolly

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Old 02-27-2012, 10:22 PM   #14
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You got that right, Doreen. My family had a hardware store on Towngate (George Damp & Sons). They closed down after everyone in my generation declined to take it on. I think it's a floor coverings store these days and has an exercise club upstairs.

My wife's family (the Nixons, who had a greengrocery near the Gasworks) included a well-known Lostock Hall builder (married to her mom's sister) called Tom Peacock. I think her cousin Barbara still lives in Lostock Hall. My sister (Jean) and a couple of cousins still live in Leyland.

We've been in the US since 1968 and currently live in a small seaside town on the north-western coast of mainland Washington. We've both retired. The town we live in is about 70 driving miles from the US/Canada border. My sister reckons it's where God goes on his holidays and it's the only place we've lived in the US that she's jealous of!
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